Global Forest Watch 2.0 is a powerful near real-time forest monitoring system that unites satellite technology, data sharing, and human networks around the world to fight deforestation.
A conversation with Céline Cousteau.
By Mercedes Stickler and Alisa Zomer on April 18, 2011
With large-scale agricultural investments on the rise, the rights of local people must be protected.
By Janet Ranganathan and Linnea Laestadius on August 2, 2010
Can forest-rich countries learn from the mistakes of extractive projects and avoid unleashing their own resource curse?
Extractive industries explore the benefits of acquiring consent for their projects.
Karl Morrison with Paolo Omar Cerutti, Phil René Oyono, and Matthew Steil
This Forest Note summarizes findings from case studies of
three rural councils in Cameroon regarding implementation of the government’s annual forestry fee revenue-sharing system from 2000-2002.
Natural-resources extractive companies are profiting financially and socially when they consult with affected communities before and during the construction of projects.
The Government of Ecuador recently announced that it is pursuing efforts to leave the oil under Yasuni National Park untapped to protect the rainforest, its species and its inhabitants.
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